My Voice, My Ability, My Rights (CHY-FM)

A series of ten six-minute podcasts in which young people with disabilities living in Coffs Harbour interview a range of experts on disability and the law. Topics covered include disability…

Artists in the Black animations (Arts Law)

A series of five 60 second animations produced as community service announcements for screening on NITV and SBS. The animations alert Indigenous artists to their rights under contract law, copyright,…

Radio plays on forced marriage

Produced by Immigrant Women’s Speakout Association NSW, these two radio plays about forced marriage are told from two different perspectives. In the first play, a woman who has escaped her…

Residential Parks factsheets

This series of factsheets give an overview of residents’ rights and responsibilities under NSW law and provide guidance on how to deal with some of the common issues that arise…

Mount Druitt Community Legal Centre website

This website has a range of information and resources about different aspects of civil and criminal law including: employment law, consumer law, family law, neighbourhood disputes, traffic law, wills and…

Making sense website

This website was developed by the Intellectual Disability Rights Service. It provides information about the care and protection system on NSW for parents with an intellectual disability, as well as…

How Laws are Made

How Laws are Made, two 10-minute films: Parliament and Courts, provides an overview of where Australian laws come from and how new laws are made. It is aimed at non-lawyers…

Family Matters DVD

This DVD was developed by Fairfield City Council for the Vietnamese and Arabic speaking communities, which discusses and addresses existing myths regarding domestic violence, explains the criminal justice process and provides referral…

Family Harmony Kit

This Kit was developed by Shoalcoast Community Legal Centre to accompany a series of workshops they developed and delivered in the South Coast region of NSW for Indigenous women experiencing domestic and…

Street Care Video Project – “Street Voices”

In this project PIAC is developing a series of short documentary style films featuring the members of the Homeless Persons Legal Service’s consumer advisory committee. PIAC will use the videos…

Tenant’s Rights Manual – NSW (4th edition)

A plain language, practical guide to renting which includes answers to common questions about tenancy, 45 sample letters, and clear information explaining the legal rights and obligations of tenants, and…

Domestic violence and renting

This booklet outlines options for people living in a rental property who are experiencing domestic violence. It explains the types of tenancies, what an apprehended violence order is and what…

Artists in the black on air

This report describes the production and distribution of a CD containing a series of audio plays providing plain language legal information for Indigenous artists. The topics covered include copyright, moral…

SWOP: legal fact sheets

This range of seven legal factsheets discusses legal topics relevant to people engaging in sex work.  Topics include  sex work law in NSW, massage and sex work, local councils, sex…

Under the law

This DVD uses storytelling techniques to outline some of the major rights and responsibilities of Australian residents surrounding traffic offences, domestic violence, crime reporting and youth and the law. The…

Social justice opportunities

A career guide for law students and new lawyers. National Pro Bono Resource Centre and Australian Law Students’ Association, 2011, 20 pages, Tel: 02 9385 7381. Go to website

Toongabbie Legal Centre website

A website to promote the activities and projects of the Toongabbie Legal Centre Inc.Toongabbie Legal Centre, 2011, Tel: 1300 373 353 See the website

Using disability discrimination law in NSW

This updated guide explains what disability discrimination is, relevant state and federal laws and ways in which advocates and legal practitioners can assist clients experiencing disability discrimination.  It also explains…

Hunter Community Legal Centre Inc. brochure

This brochure includes information on the centre’s advice service, family law program, community legal education program and family relationship centre. Hunter Community Legal Centre Inc., 2011, Tel: 02 4040 9120.

Budget resource kit online

This kit provides information to help individuals manage budget preparation, understand credit and debt issues and address related legal problems such as dispute resolution, debt recovery and going to court. …

Budget counselling resource kit

This kit contains a collation of information and brochures from various key agencies to help individuals manage budget preparation, understand credit and debt issues and address related legal problems such…

Sex industry legal kit online

This website for sex workers and brothel owners provides information on rights and responsibilities including the definition of a sexual service, working in a brothel, employer responsibilities, local councils and…

Variation of care orders – S90

This brochure summarises the research report which studied variation of care orders in the Sydney Children’s Court in NSW.  The study examined Children’s Court files of completed section 90 applications…

Domestic violence radio plays in 9 languages

This set of three CDs contain radio plays on domestic violence, family violence provisions and staying home leaving violence.  These plays have been translated into Arabic, Dari, Dinka, Khmer, Krio,…

The real deal: youth justice cards

This deck of playing cards for young people that contains facts about legal rights and responsibilities relating to drugs, alcohol, credit, debt, police, fines and housing. Macquarie Legal Centre, 2010,…

Safe as houses?

This brochure explains the legal and financial issues older women should consider when agreeing to act as guarantor on a loan including obtaining independent advice. The Older Women’s Network NSW,…

One good deed…

This brochure explains the legal and financial issues older women should be aware of when considering gifting or loaning money.  Issues include written agreements and the impact a loan may…

Over the rainbow

This brochure outlines the legal and financial issues older women should consider when entering into a new same-sex relationship including pensions and seeking legal advice. The Older Women’s Network NSW,…

A room of one’s own

This brochure outlines legal and financial issues older women should consider when making the decision to move into a granny flat. The Older Women’s Network NSW, 2010, Tel: 02 9247…

Legal resource kit

This kit for older persons contains  information sheets and brochures on issues such as tenancy, retirement village living, aged-cared rights, wills and powers of attorney. Combined Pensioners & Superannuants Assoc…

Violence against women

A sticker promoting the Domestic Violence Hotline and other contacts for women experiencing domestic violence. Tamworth Regional Council, 2009, Tel: 02 6767 5474.

Home insurance matters!

This factsheet is a guide to making home building and/or contents insurance claims. It explains what an insurance policy is, how to make a claim and some of the more…

Car insurance matters!

This factsheet is a guide to making car insurance claims. It explains what an insurance policy is, how to make a claim and some of the more typical issues involved…

The Justice Maze

A DVD containing information on the criminal justice system in NSW and associated issues relating to arrest, trial, imprisonment and release into the community. 5 separate video topics cover arrest,…

Your rights

A series of six two-minute radio segments recorded on CD, in eight community languages: Arabic, Cantonese, Greek, Italian, Mandarin, Samoan, Spanish and Vietnamese.  The radio segments aim to inform people…

Directory of family law legal services

A directory of contact details for courts, Aboriginal services, private law forms, women’s legal support services and professional membership bodies in the South Coast of NSW area. South Coast Family…

Community Education – Our Rights Manual

A manual of the Community Education Training Program for CLC staff to provide the skills and knowledge to plan, deliver, evaluate and document imaginative, flexible, participatory and empowering community education…

Promotional poster

An A3 sized poster to increase access to the centre’s services. Hawkesbury Nepean Community Legal Centre, 2008, Tel: 02 4587 9599.

Anti-terrorism Laws: ASIO, the Police and You

Third edition of the guide “Anti-terrorism laws: ASIO, the police and you” in English, Arabic, Bahasa and Urdu. Available for download at: www.amcran.org/ATLaws/Anti_Terror_Laws_3rd_Ed_English_2Up.pdf UTS Law Faculty, Australian Muslim Civil Rights Advocacy…

Youth law fact sheets

Eight  fact sheets providing information, advice and support to young people aged 12-25 years who are engaged in the legal system. Hunter Community Legal Centre, 2007, Tel: 02 4926 3220

Youth justice cards

A high quality, engaging and informative legal resource in the form of a deck of playing cards, which aim to inform young people 14-21 years old about their legal rights…

Disclosing your HIV status

A booklet on the major areas that relate to HIV disclosure for HIV positive people. HIV AIDS Legal Centre (NSW), 2008, Tel: 02 9206 2060.

Your legal rights – Tigrinya

This CD is aimed at young people aged 16–24 who have recently arrived from Eritrea. It contains information about dealing with police and security guards, rights in a public place,…

Relationships: Expect respect

This pocket booklet covers healthy relationships, what you should expect from your partner, sex, date rape, emotional and physical abuse. It also provides contact details for relevant legal and women’s…

Does Your Relationship Pass the Ticker Test?

This pamphlet provides contact information for organisations who deal with relationship breakdown and family problems in the Bombala Region. Monaro Family Support Service – Bombala Office, 2007, 1 page, Free,…

Say No To Violence – Bombala Region Help Card

This card displays relevant organisations to contact in the Bombala Region if physical assault, sexual assault, social abuse or economic abuse is being experienced. Monaro Family Support Service – Bombala…

Switching the light on child protection

An interactive learning resource to assist people working with children to update their legislative knowledge, understand child protection reporting requirements and explore the issues surrounding the recognition and response to…

All Love is Equal… Isn’t It?

This consultation report focuses on the recognition of same-sex relationships under federal law. This document analyses the results of the community consultations held in 2006. It provides an understanding of…

Refugee Law Practice and Procedure Handbook

This handbook is a practice orientated guide for Registered Migration Agents to providing advice and assistance regarding onshore and Protection Visa applications. It includes information about interviewing clients, Protection Visa…